Our Planner's Favorite Luxury Wedding Exit Ideas
PLANNER NAME: Johnnie & Co. Events | www.johnnie.events
Thinking of creative exits that compliment your venue and personality can be hard. I always love a unique mode of transportation. One of my couple’s who had their destination wedding in Charleston left the venue in a golf cart (people often drive them around town) with the groom’s favorite beer brand (Yuengling) rattling from the golf cart with ribbons. It was adorable and so fitting!
PLANNER NAME: Jade Ladson | www.jladsonweddings.com
Lavender is often said to bring good luck but it is also a symbol of love and devotion. Lavender buds not only offer a hint of fragrance but they’re a great choice for romantic or pastel color palettes.
PLANNER NAME: Kathryne Carter | www.graceandvirtueevents.com
I love a good last song and group photo at the end of the night to commemorate the celebration. And if the venue/location and photographer allows it, an aerial shot of the group is always fun.
PLANNER NAME: Sabrina Lee | www.lilliejanedesigns.com
Sometimes the most simple idea makes for the most romantic exit. One of our couples wanted to keep their exit minimal and without any wasted items; they were also staying the night at their venue (suites within their venue), so they didn’t want to rent a getaway car or make too big of a fuss. Instead, we lined up their guests to give the newlyweds a final wave goodbye, and the lovebirds took a private walk down charming street of the venue with photography following. The moment felt so special and indicative of the two ‘walking into their future together’.
PLANNER NAME: Jacinda MerChant | www.tierandco.co
A classic soul train line!! The past few weddings I have had included a lot of guests that did not want to leave the dance floor, so we came up with the idea of doing a soul train light leading right out of the door!! It’s unique, creative, while still making sure everyone is involved!